Fancy Tea Party
A fun and fancy tea party birthday for your little lady!
Planning a fancy tea party for your little girl’s birthday will be as easy as 1-2-3 with these tea party decorations, treats and favorite party games for special little ladies!
Fancy Tea Party Invitations and Decorations
You’ll want to get in touch with your inner “frilly-girl” to set the mood for your fancy tea party. Here are some decorating ideas to inspire you…
Handcraft your invitations with delicate paper and use your computer to print in an elegant script. Roll and tie up the invitations with satin ribbon.
Decorate the doorway with streamers, gossamer sashes or
tissue paper pom-pom flower garland. Hang a canopy above the tea party table with streamers in two pastel colors twisted together.
Cover the table with a flower or lace tablecloth.
Place a simple fresh flower bouquet in a pretty teapot or place a single flower in a vase at each place setting (best for small parties).
Matching helium balloon bouquets of 3 or 5 balloons, make a nice party touch.
Tie the balloon bouquets to ornate purses or cellophane bags filled with pretty candy.
Decorate the birthday girl’s chair with a sash of tulle or gossamer.
If the girls are old enough, set the table with a variety of china tea place settings.
Place paper doilies on the serving platters and cake plates.
Wrap the flatware in the napkins and create a napkin ring with silk flowers and ribbons. Place the flatware on a doily in the center of the plate.
Or, make your own fancy
two-tone flower party plates.
Fancy Tea Party Games and Crafts
Prepare a few of your daughter’s favorite tea party crafts and activities from the list below to make the party truly special!
Fancy Tea Party Food and Favors
Serve a few tasty tea treats little ladies love and don’t forget to give your guests a special gift to take home.
Remove the crusts from kid-favorite “tea sandwiches” and cut them into triangles.
Sandwich pinwheels are also a favorite. Include
fresh fruit kabobs or white chocolate dipped strawberries. Lemonade served from a teapot is more popular than actual tea.
Meringues, cookies and sweet biscuits are customary tea party fare.
Cake pops are the perfect treat to serve at a tea party.
Fill pretty cupcake liners with nuts, dried fruit and crackers.
batch of sweet lemon ball treats to serve in a fancy candy dish. These also make a great party favor. Fill a teacup or fabric pouch purse with a few of these favorite tea party favors…
decorated sugar cookies
word game books and markers
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